Scambaiting YouTuber Kitboga Puts $2 Million in Fake Bank Account to See How Scammers Would React

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
3 Min Read
Credit: Kitboga YouTube channel

YouTuber and Streamer Kitboga recently put $2 Million in a fake bank account to see how scammers would react.

Kitboga is an American Twitch streamer and YouTuber. His content primarily revolves around scambaiting scammers from India. He usually does different shenanigans to waste the scammer’s time. That way the scammer cannot scam others because they are busy tried to scam Kitboga but fail miserably.

In 2017 Kitboga found out that his grandmother was the victim of many scams designed to trap the elderly. He then started scambaiting the scammers to waste as much of their time as possible. He started streaming for his friends just for fun but soon his channel blew up and he has more than 885,000 followers on Twitch and 1.5 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.

Recently Kitboga made a video where he put fake $2 million in a fake online bank account to get some hilarious reactions out of scammers from India.

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$2 Million in Fake Bank Account:

Kitboga recently published a video on his YouTube channel titled “What Scammers Do When You Have $2,000,000”. He made a tweet explaining the premise of the video. In his Tweet Kitboga said,

“I put $2,095,217 in a fake bank to see how scammers would react. The results were pretty crazy…
Spoiler: We reported 18 fraudulent bank accounts to professionals who are actively investigating”

The video took Kitboga around two weeks to make. Usually, Kitboga shows the scammers around $0-$10000 in his fake bank account to try and scambait them. But this time he decided to put $2 million in his fake back account to see what the scammers would actually do after seeing the huge sum of money.

A few months ago Kitboga made a “Bank of America Demo Website” during his weekend free time. The website was hosted on Kitboga’s own server so he could potentially show any amount of money in these bank accounts. In the video, Kitboga pretends to be the daughter of a wealthy person. He does this by using a voice changer.

Kitboga managed to get info on 18 fraudulent bank accounts and later reported them to the appropriate authorities who are now actively investigating the case.

Watch the full video down below-

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.